Software Development Guidelines
Publisher: literateprogramming.com 2000
Number of pages: 103
The intent of this document is to create a guide for software source code quality. The guidelines appearing herein apply to anyone who creates, modifies, or reads software source code. This document is simply a set of rules to follow during the implementation phase that will help produce a higher quality result.
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